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Iran Yazd accommodation

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The old city of Yazd, according to the UNESCO one of the oldest towns on earth, is the ideal place to get a feel for the region's rich history.

Almost everything here is made from sun-dried mud bricks, and the resulting brown skyline is dominated by the tall badgirs (windcatchers) on almost every rooftop.

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Iran Yazd accommodation

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  2. 2. Yazd was visited by Marco Polo in 1272, who described it as a good and noble city and remarked its silk production. Isolated from any approach by a huge tract of monotonous desert, the vibrancy of Yard is invariably a surprise. După ce a vizitat oraşul în 1272 Marco Polo l-a descris ca „bun şi nobil”, remarcând în special producţia sa de mătase. Strălucirea oraşului nu poate să nu te surprindă pentru că drumul monotonRecognized by UNESCO as holding one of the prin deşert până aici esteoldest architecture all over the world dezolant Internet images
  3. 3. The Dad Hotel is located in a historic house dating from the early part of the 20th century on the edgeof Yazds historic Old City but still within an easy walk of all the sights. The facade of the hotel facingthe street is unprepossessing, but on entering the property, one is taken straight back into Persia’spast.
  4. 4. The existence of special ventilation structures, called Badgirs, on the roofs is adistinctive feature of the architecture of this city (A Badgir is a high structure onthe roof under which, in the interior of the building, there is a small pool).
  5. 5. The large, attractive pool has been hiddenaway in the basement where swimmers -women in mornings, men during evenings -cant offend anyone. On the roof is a cafethat affords views across the citys famousroofs cape. Internet image
  6. 6. The city of Yazd is located in the easternpart of central Iran situated on the high,desert plateau that forms much of thecountry. Amidst the immense desert, Yazdretains its sterling of old in religion,traditions and architecture.For a brief period, Yazd was the capital ofAtabakan and Mozaffarid dynasties (14thCentury A.D.). During Qajar Dynasty (18thCentury A.D.) it was ruled by the BakhtiariKhans.
  7. 7. During the invasion of Genghis Khan in the early1200’s A.D. Yazd became a safe haven and homefor many artists, intellectuals and scientists fleeingtheir war ravaged cities around Persia.
  8. 8. Set like a crown atop the Orient Hotel, the glass-sided Marco Polo restaurant serves up sumptuous views ofthe Masjed-e Jameh and surrounding blue-tiled domes Internet image
  9. 9. The geographical features of this region have made people developed special architectural styles.
  10. 10. Almost everything here is made fromsun-dried mud bricks
  11. 11. In the older part of the city most houses are built of mud-bricks and have domed roofs.These materials served as insulation preventing heat from passing through.
  12. 12. Orient Hotel, Marco Polo restaurant
  13. 13. In the course of history due to its distance from important capitals and its harsh naturalsurrounding, Yazd remained immune to major troops movements and destruction fromwars, therefore it kept many of its traditions, city forms and architecture until recent times.
  14. 14. Moshir Al-Mamalek Hotel Garden with restaurant
  15. 15. Internet imageCreated within the garden and pavilions of a Qajarnobleman, the Moshir Al-Mamalek Garden Hotel isa fine example of the traditional architectural style ofYazd.
  16. 16. Iran Text and slides 2 & 22: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu googoosh - DIVA - Taghag; Bavar kon